I love watching the Royal Family. I am amazed at how when they enter a room, the doors are swung wide open for them and all attention is on their entering. They carry nothing in their posed, gloved hands.
When I enter somewhere it is nothing like royalty.
I may appear disheveled on any given day. I am fumbling to open any door with one arm carrying a car seat filled with a precious one. There is usually a diaper bag, purse and often times a book bag slung on the other shoulder. I may draw attention to our entering but only by those wondering, “What on earth?” Haha!!
I was anticipating something I had never done before. It was big. There would be a lot of major decisions made in that one meeting, that would affect myself and my family directly. It would impact my everyday life and my life’s calling.
I was so anxious. Wondering about the ‘What Ifs?’ Not having control, except for a small voice, over the outcome.
I don’t know about you but the new, the unknown, the uncertain are difficult for me.
Beforehand, I was so thankful that I reached out to some dear friends because I was reminded;
“The LORD himself goes before you and will be with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged.” Deuteronomy 31:8
In his last days Moses, spoke these words to his successor, Joshua. Joshua was to cross the Jordan and enter into the Promised land. Moses assured Joshua that the Lord, Himself would go before him.
We have that same assurance.
And as soon as I entered that meeting, it was immediately evident that the Lord had gone before me. He had already prepared the way.
I pray, that you are reminded this very day that whatever your Jordan looks like that the Lord goes before you. He never leaves us or forsakes us.